ROMA 20-25. NEW LIFE CYCLES FOR THE METROPOLIS
Architecture exhibition, MAXXI Museum, Rome, December 2015-January 2016
The exhibition shows the work of 25 worldwide architecture schools, each of which analyzed and in some cases redesigned an urban sector of the city of Rome. The starting point was the exhibition “Roma Interrotta” (1978), curated by Piero Sartogo, who asked to 12 architects to imagine a new Rome looking at the Giambattista Nolli’s Plan (1748).
Scientific Committee: Pippo Ciorra, Francesco Garofalo, and Piero Ostilio Rossi
Roma Sapienza Team: P. O. Rossi (coordinator); O. Carpenzano (supervisor)
Teaching group: L. Malfona et al.
PhD students: F. Balducci, A. Brunelli, L. Carriero, G. Rocco Cellini, L. Di Loreto, L. Pettine, P. Zampetti
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